The Val A. Browning Center strives to provide accommodations for all patrons, allowing all members of our community to enjoy the arts with us. Please see our information below about our various accessibility capabilities. If you have further questions, contact 801-626-8500.
Val A. Browning Center has two seating levels accessible by ramp or elevator. Our facilities also feature ADA-approved signage, handrails and automatic door openers on exterior doors. Powered doors are located in the front main entrance to the center, on the second level near the north side of the building and on the third level on the north side of the building. Elevators are also available inside the building.
Patrons with limited mobility may be dropped off directly in front of the Val A. Browning Center at the circular drive located on the west side of the building.
All wheelchair locations and their adjacent companion seats are held for purchase exclusively by wheelchair or scooter users, until the last non-wheelchair accessible location seat is sold. At that time, all wheelchair locations are released for sale on a first-come, first-served basis to both wheelchair and non-wheelchair users.
Hearing Loop Guide Technology
Hearing devices are available for all performances. Devices can be picked up before show time at no charge. Contact the house manager the night of the performance or call Val A. Browning Center Office at 801-626-7015 for more information.
All of the parking lots around Val A. Browning Center have reserved accessible spaces, including the public pay lot.
The UTA provides lift-equipped buses on all routes, and paratransit services are also available. Visit the UTA website for more information on accessible routes and paratransit. The UTA OGX also runs Monday-Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Wheelchair-accessible restrooms are located on all levels of the Browning Center.
Val A. Browning Center offers accessible seating on the main level. For more information on accessible seating, contact 801-626-7015.